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Northshore September 2015

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134 | SEPTEMBER 2015 134 November 2012 SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION with Harvard- trained Aesthe c Plas c Surgeon Dr. Mark Markarian and take the first step towards trea ng yourself to state of the art aesthe c care. NEWBURYPORT'S SOPHISTICATED MED SPA Specializing in Anti-Aging and Corrective Treatments S U I T E S I X M E D S PA . C O M I 9 7 8 . 3 5 8 . 8 1 7 8 6 W I N T E R S T R E E T U N I T 6 D, N E W B U R Y P O R T, M A I F R E E PA R K I N G B E F O R E A F T E R JUVERDERM I BOTOX I VOLUMA JUVEDERM . BELOTERO BALANCE . MICROPEELS HAIR REMOVAL LASER TREATMENTS . BOTOX . LASHES CORRECTIVE SKIN TREATMENTS . MEN'S GROOMING DR MARK K MARKARIAN, MD, MSPH Harvard-trained Aesthe c Plas c Surgeon LAUREN CHAPMEN Advanced Medical Aesthe cs OLGA CHICHENKO Advanced Medical Aesthe cs 134 in-depth PLACES ing kids with a greater understanding of and focus on process, they will ultimately achieve more and will be more able to persist in the face of challenge." The goal is to offer ways to see challenge and struggle as oppor- tunities for growth and development. "I always believed teachers could be a tremendous resource in helping to cultivate what we refer to as a 'learning disposition' in students. But what I have been most surprised by is the voracious appetite that students have had for this work. The response has been incred- ibly positive," says Rachlin. As in any lab, hypotheses must be tested and pro- gress measured. One of the Institute's guiding prin- ciples is "tolerate failure." In short, assess ideas that don't work and learn from them. "It's difficult to be a lab for ideas," Nolan says. "In any lab, the interesting learning often…comes from the things that don't work very well. So as these projects get off the ground, the idea is to feel comfortable with chasing down and try- ing to develop things, but also being honest about whether or not they're working. Sometimes that is hard for schools to do." Still, if new ways of teaching and learning must be discovered, the Tang Institute is poised to be a strong voice in the conversation. Photograph by Sarah Jordan McCaffery CO N TAC T Tang Institute at Phillips Academy 180 Main St. Andover 978-749-4246 tanginstitute. Roland and Nolan collaborate on new ways of educating young people.

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